Melvin Ingram up, Josh Lambo down for the Chargers - Eric Williams
Jeremiah Attaochu: The second-year pro notched a sack and finished with a team-high seven combined tackles, helping to keep the heat on Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Attaochu now has 6.5 sacks on the year.
Emphatic win over Dolphins could be last at Qualcomm Stadium for Chargers - Eric Williams
Entering Sunday’s contest, the Chargers had held opponents to 10 points a game. San Diego’s defense continued its stingy ways against the Dolphins, holding Miami’s offense to 14 points and 231 total yards.
An Emotional Day for Philip Rivers - Ricky Henne
"The whole day was special," Rivers said. "I know it’s one of those (where) we still don’t know; maybe we’ll get to trot back out there and play again. But, it was the only way to treat it as if it was the last time. I was back and forth really the whole day, as far as my emotions getting the best of me. I let my mind wander to people, memories and games."
Chargers win, give San Diego overtime - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
Weddle did not enter the locker room when the game ended. He stayed with fans until quite literally the last of them left. Rivers, Floyd and tight end Antonio Gates were among the players to return from the locker room after shedding their helmets, jerseys and pads.
If Chargers bolt, fans will have bittersweet memories of perhaps the last game in San Diego - Nathan Fenno
"[The city] seems to be doing everything humanly possible, including doing back flips, to try to get them to stay," Plummer said. "It seems as if the Chargers have flipped them the middle finger on both hands. . . . The Chargers' arrogance throughout the process this year has been disgusting, really. It's just sad. There's such a lack of foresight."